Tag: Jürgen Klopp

Fifteen minutes into this contest, Liverpool were odds on to run riot over the hosts. But the stardust of Atlético Madrid’s brightest talent, their growing threat on the break, and an array of officiating decisions came together to produce a dramatic five goal spectacle that pushed Jürgen Klopp’s men to the final whistle. Tactical analysis […]

Keep Reading

Manchester City and Liverpool’s duels are the premier fixture in the English calendar, and its latest edition failed to disappoint. Four goals, an array of tactical tweaks, and a typically high level of organization from both outfits made for a spectacle that tees up an exciting title race. Tactical analysis and match report by Emmanuel […]

Keep Reading

As defensive organizations continue to improve, depending solely on individual talent to break down deep defensive structures might not be viable in the modern game. It takes a unit to break down a unit; structured movements to break down a structure. The rise of Liverpool in the last couple of years was seen as a […]

Keep Reading

Once again, Leeds United’s man-marking scheme proved to be a playground for elite attackers. Liverpool had multiple weapons of choice to carve through, as their flexible offense constantly teed up one another. However, serious injury to Harvey Elliott dimmed a dominant display. Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker.  The organized chaos, infused by both […]

Keep Reading
Tactical analysis Liverpool Chelsea 1-1 Premier League

Changing game states failed to separate two Premier League title contenders, desperate to get back on top. Liverpool set an intense tempo early, while Chelsea threatened on the transition. However, the outcome of an old-fashioned goalmouth frenzy reshaped the events of the second half.  Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker.  To reshape their clubs, […]

Keep Reading

After early phases of even pressing, Liverpool flexed their authority, gained control and put their trademark pressing triggers in place. What was needed was a switch, and the entrance of Diogo Jota gave Liverpool the offensive potency they had missed.  Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker. Throughout the illustrious history of the Premier League, […]

Keep Reading

Chelsea’s attacking game plan sought to outplay the Liverpool pressure and beat their offside trap to release their forwards behind Liverpool’s defense. This was relatively successful in the first half and they ended up taking the lead via Mason Mount just before half-time. The second half saw Thomas Tuchel’s side conceding more territory and looking […]

Keep Reading
Go to TOP